What We Do

We're pioneers in digital innovation and digital business building, helping clients to reimagine and catch new digital opportunities in addition to strengthen the performance of existing digital resources and capabilities.

Our Distinction

Snow Digital Services and team is distinctive and unique.


what we do

It all begins with business plan. Winning in digital begins with a profound understanding of industry dynamics, recognizing how these tendencies are disrupting and altering the competitive landscape, and surfacing the upcoming big idea.
It's not sufficient to get the idea. Value creation requires bringing this idea to life--creating a vision of a compelling user experience, designing it, prototyping it, and getting prepared to build it.
It's not all glamorous--it requires hard work to realize worth. It means architecting the solution and ensuring it has built and found on budget--all the while building the organization's capability to deliver it in an ongoing basis .

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Six Reasons Owning a Business is Better than Having a Job

Across the country and around the world, a large number of people are abandoning their dependence on significant salaried employment and seeking independence through their enterprises. Every month, about billions of people, go through some job change or loss, and increasingly they are deciding to start their businesses. So, we are here to let you know that owning a Business is incredible. Check out our list of benefits of owning a business.

owning a business

Be your own boss:

When you’re self-employed, you no longer have a “higher-up” governing your every move. You control how your work is done. Your client has a say in the final product, but that’s it — their power ends there. How you get from point A to point B is entirely up to you, and that is awesome. You have choices, and you get to make the decisions. When you’re in the driver’s seat, you are making the decisions on how best to steer your company into the future. This might be overwhelming for some and one must know when and how best to delegate. However, when you can make your own decisions about how best to operate day-to-day, this leads to creating a culture, a brand and an organization.

Choose the environment:

Surround yourself with positive people who give you the confidence and optimism you need to keep moving forward. Weed out the people that put out negative vibes. The smaller your organization, the larger choice you have about who you work with. People love the benefits of working for themselves and enjoy the freedom they gain from designing their own prosperity. You get to choose when you work, how you work and with whom you work. Best of all, you don’t have to make the agonizing choice between time for family and time for business.


From deciding that you will not get a full-time job to investing in the business and making several business decisions on your own. Becoming an entrepreneur, you will get rid of your self-limiting belief like never before. You will have built this boldness in you and will become used to getting out of your comfort zone.

Man of Action:

A lot of people talk the talk but don’t walk the walk. As an entrepreneur, you cannot just talk and don’t take actions. You have to keep your words and follow through. Changing the world is a pretty ambitious target, but changing just a piece of it for the better is still a worthwhile effort that can be deeply satisfying.

Make Money:

There is far greater opportunity to make money by building your own business than by working for someone else’s. When you’re in business for yourself, you write your own history; you write your own success story, you write your own legacy and most important, you write your own paycheck.

Challenge Yourself:

Some people thrive on the routine of their job – performing the same tasks day after day. As an entrepreneur, you can bet that each day will be filled with new opportunities to challenge yourself, be creative and learn something new.

The Most Important Traits you Need to Hire for at Your Startup

Any Startup CEO would agree – a company’s success depends largely on your ability to build a solid team around you. You need to have people on board who you can count on, who are fully behind your vision for the company, and who can consistently outperform the competition with a certain amount of creativity and desire to think differently, taking you to the top of the order. When you’re just starting out, a strong company culture is a foundation for your startup’s success.
When recruiting or screening job applicants for your startup, you need to look for a few important personality trails. You should be especially mindful of these characteristics when you’re considering a job seeker who has long been in the corporate world. Because the structure and expectations of the corporate world are so different from that of the startup world, even a candidate with the right skill set may fail horribly at a brand-new company. Here are a few things you should look for in your hires.



If you love what you do, work feels like play. Your hire should be passionate about creating happier, more productive workplace, and this shared passion is a huge part of the company’s culture. For this reason, the recruiter must look for job applicants who must be passionate what the startup intends to do. When your entire team is working towards the same goal with the same level of enthusiasm, the sky’s the limit.


Working in a startup is not all that easy at first. It is a gamble for all we know. It is a risk your employee is taking over a comfortable, well-paying job they could have settled into and lived a risk-free life. So, choose someone whom you think has it in them to toil through the difficult times that await them. Initial days of Startup life is unpredictable, exhausting and, sometimes without positive results. And not everyone thrives in such an atmosphere for a long time. Choose candidates who are risk-lovers and have endured such demanding situations before.


It is highly beneficial to stock a company with intellectually curious people. These individuals are the best kind of employees because they challenge their co-workers and the firm itself to continue exponential expansion and the ability to develop new skills. Plus, intellectually curious people are fun to be around. Look for people with cool hobbies. Curious people are often quirky and think outside the box. Don’t be afraid to be challenged by them and this challenge will only be endearing at the end. All people spend one-third of their lives at work, so it’s important that they enjoy those that surround them.


In a startup environment, stakes are high and integrity is key. Can you implicitly trust every single one of your employees to not only get the job done but also to safeguard your company’s intelligence? Sure, you may be sitting across from a brilliant developer or product manager, but if you can’t wholeheartedly trust them, it’s time to move on to the next candidate.



Meet the people that are going to take your business to the next level.
Mark Lawrance
Mark Lawrance

Global Managing Director.

    Jane Stenton
    Jane Stenton

    Chief Strategy And Marketing Officer

      John Smith
      John Smith

      Associate, Solutions Architect.